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The impact of transnational education on host countries is overwhelmingly positive, according to a major research project

May 7, 2014

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The impact of transnational education on host countries is overwhelmingly positive, according to a major research project by the British Council and the German Academic Exchange Service.

In this podcast, the report, Impacts of transnational education on host countries: academic, cultural, economic and skills impacts and implications of programme and provider mobility, is discussed by John McNamara, director of research at McNamara Economic Research, and Michael Peak, research manager for education and society at the British Council.

The interview is conducted by Times Higher Education reporter Chris Parr, and was recorded on 30 April 2014 at the Going Global conference in Miami.

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